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REVEALED: How $250M Tom Brady and $400M Gisele Bündchen Divided Family Assets During Amicable Divorce?

Published 12/25/2022, 11:00 AM EST

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The NFL power couple swiftly gave the news to the world that they came to the mutual decision to separate. Although it was shocking, it was inevitable. Their announcement left many people wondering how could they keep their matters private and divided their wealth. After all, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen are household names.

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The two celebrities married each other in 2009, and since then they have enjoyed the support of each other through thick and thin. But unlike many other couples, TB12 and Gisele separated quietly. It is almost impossible since we live in an age where smartphones are our masters. Many questions come to mind. The most important are: How could the stars divide their vast wealth? And how were they able to keep their divorce under wraps?

Tom Brady and his supermodel had it all planned from the beginning


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When the couple married, it was believed that they both had prenuptial agreements in place to protect their personal wealth and individual businesses. But these weren’t just any prenups.

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Their lawyers must’ve designed them in a way that ensured safety to Brady’s $250 million and Bündchen’s $400 million personal net worth. The attorneys must have also considered potential future endeavors that could have brought in additional money.


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Now, what about their vast property portfolio? Tampa Tom and the former Victoria’s Secret Angel have real estate property in New York, Florida, California, and even Puerto Rico. Reportedly, they divided their assets with the help of a mediator.

Interestingly, reports also claimed that the supermodel re-visited her prenup in June, just months before her divorce. This is legal and professionals highly encourage this practice. Because marital relationships change and so do marital agreements. Therefore, if need be, people can bring those changes to their prenups as well.

A mediator may solve all the problems


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And as for the answer to the second question, it was all because of their mediator that the NFL star and the fashion icons could keep their matters on the low. Not only did the press not know about their marital status, but the cat only came out of the bag when the former couple told the news from their side.

Mediation is a much more private venue than a court. Hence, they could avoid public filings. Additionally, their prenup must’ve enforced them to follow the route of mediation if they were to separate.

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Although the separation probably brought pain to them, they commendably kept their differences aside. And are arduously taking care of their children.


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Written by:

Neha Joshi


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Neha Joshi is an NFL writer at Essentially Sports. She is currently pursuing her postgraduate degree in English Literature from R.D National College, Mumbai and has also previously worked as a Graduate Intern at Jacobs.
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Debmallya Chakraborty